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Non-Payment of Fees in Private Schools

The Executive Director of ISASA, Lebogang Montjane, recently commented on the exclusion of learners from independent schools due to non-payment of fees. The Constitution establishes two types of schools: pub...

Rights and Responsibilities of Independent Schools

To assist its member schools in understanding their rights and responsibilities, ISASA has produced a set of Guidelines for independent schools which have been prepared with legal assistance and are based on th...

State Subsidies for Independent Schools

An independent school can apply and be considered for a state subsidy. A school must have been registered for a year before it qualifies to receive a subsidy. The awarding of a subsidy is contingent on the s...

Establishing a School

The South African Constitution permits anyone to establish, at his or her own expense, private educational institutions. These institutions may not discriminate on the basis of race and must offer education of ...
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